Best BBQ rubs and seasonings with Cindy Lou’s veggie delight rub recipes: Smoked Pork Butt Grilling Instructions: Remove the pork butt from its packaging and rinse under cold water. Pat the butt dry with paper towels and place the butt in a large bowl or dish pan. Mix 13oz of your favorite BBQ Sauce with an equal part of Apple Juice. Make sure you do not use a BBQ sauce with bits and pieces in it for it may not go through the injector. Fill your injector with the BBQ sauce/apple juice mix and inject the pork butt in as many places as you can, the more the better. Try to inject into the butt in one place but move the needle in different directions without removing the needle. The less holes in the surface of the butt the better. Once you have finished injecting the butt, rub the butt with your favorite dry rub, the courser the better, the butt can handle it. Place the now rubbed butt into a big zip lock bag or wrap tightly with plastic wrap. Place the butt in the refrigerator to marinate for at least 6-8 hours. Remove the butt from the refrigerator and let rest until close to room temperature. Never smoke, cook or grill cold meat. Prepare your smoker to 225 to 250 degrees F and add the wood chunks to the lit charcoal. If using a smoker that uses wood chips, you will have to replace your wood chips regularly until the smoking phase is finished.
Steakhouse Brine Grilling Directions: Combine the ingredients in a gallon-size zipper-lock bag: seal and shake until the salt and sugar dissolve, about 30 seconds. (Note: for a faster method, bring the ingredients up to a low simmer in a sauce pan. Just make sure to let the mixture cool completely before adding the meat.) Put the bag in a bowl just large enough to hold it snugly. Open the bag and add the meat. Seal the zipper, leaving about an inch open; push on the bag to release any trapped air through the opening, and close the zipper completely. Massage the liquid gently into the meat and refrigerate for the suggested time as follows: Boneless Poultry: 1 hour; Bone-in Poultry, Chops and Steaks: 2 to 3 hours; Roasts: 3 to 8 hours (depending on size)
Cindy Lou’s Big Kahuna brings the flavors of the tropics to dry rub. We use turbinado sugar, pineapple extract and dried orange peel along with our special spices to give you something we know you will be proud of! Indulge Your Taste buds with Cindy Lou’s! Cindy Lou’s Cowboy “Joe” has a bold campfire flavor with a hint of coffee. It is the perfect rub for beef, poultry and lamb. Cowboy “Joe” is reminiscent of the outdoors with an audacious flavor and is a great finishing rub for red meat. Indulge Your Taste buds with Cindy Lou’s! See more info at Online BBQ Rubs and Seasonings Store.
Beer Can Chicken Cooking Directions: Preheat grill to 325 degrees. For the class, we cook on a Kamado Joe (without a heat deflector) and we put an aluminum pan to catch the drippings. For other style barbeques use indirect heat.Remove giblet package from chicken and discard or save for another use. Wash the chicken inside and out and then pat dry with paper towel. Rub liberally with olive oil inside and out and then rub your favorite Cindy Lou rub (We used Veggie Delight and Big Kahuna) liberally over chicken inside and out. Open the can and remove a little less than half of the contents. You can add more rub to the contents if you wish. Insert the can (or you may use the Kamado Joe Chicken Stand like we did in class) into the chicken’s “kazoo” as far as it will go so that the chicken is sitting upright. Next place it on the grill and kick out the two legs to make the bird stationary (like a tripod).
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